Corona Isolation New Guidelines Positive Person Should Be Isolated Health Departments Directives

Jhilam Karanjai, Kolkata: Upward corona infection in the state. Positivity rates and deaths have also increased slightly in the state. In this context, the Department of Health has issued revised guidelines for the isolation of corona sufferers. There are also new guidelines for those in Home Isolation. It also tells you how to stay home isolated and what to look for.

Let’s take a look at what the new guidelines say-

  • ‘If corona test result is positive then it should be in isolation’
  • ‘Isolation should be done even if there are no symptoms or mild symptoms’
  • ‘If there is comorbidity, special attention should be paid to the victims’
  • ‘Patient should be admitted to hospital if fever persists for more than 7 days’
  • If the blood pressure is less than 100, hospitalization is recommended
  • ‘If blood oxygen level is below 94%, hospitalization is required’
  • Admission to ward or ICU if chest pain, face and lips turn blue

ICMR guidelines recently state that corona symptoms must be tested. ICMR issued new guidelines for Coroid Test. As mentioned, if there is excess co-morbidity, the test should be done as soon as it comes in contact. Asymptomatic tests are not required if there is no excess comorbidity. People who come in contact with Kovid patients should be in isolation.

Read more, after Gangasagar, the state government has issued new guidelines for other fairs in the state.

West Bengal is increasingly worried about the coronavirus situation. Corona situation in Bengal The Union Ministry of Health has stated that ‘Bengal has the highest positivity rate in the country’. According to the guidelines published on Friday, if the coroner’s report is positive, he must stay at home for at least seven days. If there is no fever for three consecutive days at that time, the patient will be able to come out after seven days of solitary confinement. In that case, there is no need to test again. Patients with mild or moderate symptoms will be able to stay at home. Patients over 60 years of age and those with comorbidities will be able to stay at home only with the consent of a physician.